Russell Crowe reflects on superhero films and memorable directors – TVovermind

Russell Crowe isn’t shy about voicing his opinions on the hypocrisy surrounding superhero films. Crowe’s recent comments to GQ UK shed light on his experiences and reveal a more hilarious side of one of Hollywood’s finest.

The giant machine of superhero movies

Crowe highlighted the significant and often overwhelming scale of blockbuster franchises such as Marvel and DC. Discussing Dakota Johnson’s criticism of Mrs. Webhe noted, You’re telling me you signed up for a Marvel movie and some comic book character universe… and you didn’t get enough pathos? He further reflected on his experiences with Man of Steel And Thor: Love and thundernoting the enormous scale of these productions: It’s a huge machine and they make films of a certain size.

Russell Crowe thinks about superhero films and memorable directors

Blue-Screen Challenges

Adjusting to working with blue screens was especially challenging for Crowe. He pointed out that even esteemed actors like Anthony Hopkins have found it difficult: It can be challenging to work in a blue-screen world, where you have to convince yourself of much more than just your character’s internal machinations.

Russell Crowe thinks about superhero films and memorable directors

On set with talented directors

Crowe’s admiration for some of his directors, such as Taika Waititi and JC Chandor, stood out as he shared his enjoyable experiences on their sets. Think about Thor: Love and thunderhe said, I mean (on ‘Thor’)…it’s Taika Waititi’s world, and it was just a gas every day, to be crazy.

Russell Crowe thinks about superhero films and memorable directors

The weight of rollers

He discusses his upcoming role in Kraven the Hunter, Crowe talked about adding depth to the film to help younger actors develop their performances. He fondly mentioned his work with JC Chandor: It was fun working with JC. You know, so many of these directors have a certain level of skill – crazy genius people.

Russell Crowe thinks about superhero films and memorable directors

Memories with Ridley Scott

The collaboration between Russell Crowe and director Ridley Scott has led to some memorable films. He shared his thoughts on working with Scott, saying: Whether it’s Jocelyn Moorhouse or Ridley Scott, you’re talking about hanging out with geniuses. Their work together in films such as Gladiator left an indelible mark on both their careers.

Russell Crowe thinks about superhero films and memorable directors